Tea Tree Oil Deodorant
2 drops organic tea tree oil
1. Place 1 drop tea tree oil onto finger and rub into your underarm.
2. Repeat for the other underarm.
If you want to use this after showering, wait a while for your pores to close as you would with any natural deodorant.
I decided to try this as a deodorant after I got a bottle of tea tree oil for other purposes. I knew about its antibacterial/antifungal properties so thought it could work for me as every natural deodorant I have tried has never worked that well; I always perspire a lot and end up smelling bad. This has been through a tough trial with me at work (I am a cook) in a very hot kitchen where you are moving all day long. When I got home I barely smelled anything. Then I did some research to see if anyone else uses this and it turns out that many people use this and swear by it. It may tingle just a tad but it is not painful or irritating. Do try it out gently if you have sensitive skin.
Give it a try!
Source of recipe: I wrote this recipe.'